Oak Park Shooting That Left Woman With Life-Threatening Gunshot Wound Was Gang-Related, Police SayPolice say a woman was shot Tuesday afternoon in the 4000 block of Broadway in Oak Park. 
Sacramento Activist's Skull Fractured After They Were Hit In Face With Police Rubber BulletsTee Fansofa now has a fractured skull and is recovering at UC Davis Medical Center.
Police Arrest At Least A Dozen People For Violating Sacramento Curfew DowntownSeveral people were arrested Monday evening for violating the citywide curfew.
Sacramento Police Investigating Reported Shooting At CemeterySacramento police are investigating a shooting that was reported on Wednesday afternoon. 
At Least 15 Cars Broken Into Overnight In One South Natomas NeighborhoodOfficers are investigating after more than a dozen cars were broken into in a South Natomas neighborhood overnight on Monday.
Sleeping Sacramento Family Surprised By Hoax ‘Swatting’ CallPolice are investigating a hoax emergency call that led to a massive tactical response on a sleeping family’s North Sacramento home early Friday morning.
Overflow Venues Being Provided For People Wanting To Attend Officer Tara O'Sullivan's Memorial ServiceThe Sacramento Police Department is releasing more information about the memorial service for slain officer Tara O'Sullivan.
Sac State Planning Community Vigil Sunday To Remember Fallen Officer Tara O'SullivanSacramento State will hold a community vigil Sunday night in honor of Sacramento Police Officer Tara O'Sullivan. She was shot and killed Wednesday night in the line of duty.
Candlelight Memorial Honors Men And Women In Uniform Who Made Ultimate Sacrifice10 more names will be added to the state police officer memorial.
How Many Times Have Jump Scooters Been Involved In Accidents? Sacramento Police Don't KnowMotorized scooters are now zooming down Sacramento's streets, but they are so new that police are having trouble keeping up with the technology. 
City Council Reviews 84 Stephon Clark Protest Arrests, Hears From Police Chief Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn outlined why there were so many arrests on March 4. He also spoke about what changes his department is considering.